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home the brave. [announcer]your life is hectic but add the business of life paperwork, taxes and bills and things get exponentially more complicated. and if you own your own business, you've got invoices, employees, customers and sales to deal with. but you don't have to solve it by yourself. at intuit, we make tools to help simplify it all, so you can concentrate on what matters most. intuit. simplify the business of life. ♪ men. ♪ alan: fade in. exteriornight. a dark, desolate prairie. a lone cowboy sits on a sturdy horse, gazingp at the moon. suddenly, a flash of light appears in the sky, and a burning meteor plummets to the earth. (typing) (sighs) fade in. exterior-- night. a lone cop sits in a patrol car, gazing up at the moon. suddenly, a flash of light appears in the sky, and a flaming meteor plummets to the earth. all right. now we're cooking. alan? mia? i thought that was you. what a nice surprise. uh, didn't you move back to new york with your husband? we did, but then split up, and i came back here. oh, i'm sorry to hear that. i mean, not that you moved back here, but th
'll perform "party up." bye. enough. but add the business of life paperwork, taxes and bills and things get exponentially more complicated. and if you own your own business, you've got invoices, employees, customers and sales to deal with. but you don't have to solve it by yourself. at intuit, we make tools to help simplify it all, so you can concentrate on what matters most. intuit. simplify the business of life. previously on "two and a half men"... so, how's charlie doing? oh, he's fine. uh, actually, he's engaged. you told her i was enged? why the hell would you do that?! charlie, there's a woman named mia on the phone. i'll take it. mia: hi, charlie. mia. so, how are you? great. how are you? fine, fine. still engaged. come. sit. join us. are you sure i'm not interrupting? no, no, of course not. yeah, his fiancée just left. oh, i'm sorry i missed her. oh, i'll bet she's still out in the parking lot. i'll go get her. so... what's going on with you these days? you still dancing? not so much. i'm a little old for ballet now. oh, that can't be right. you look great. young and vibrant and..
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